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Bath Astronomers are a group of active amateur astronomers within the William Herschel Society. The annual subscription fee for membership of the William Herschel Society includes Bath Astronomers. Individuals wishing to be part of this subgroup can do so using the preferences stored on this site or by contacting Bath Astronomers direct via their website, https://bathastronomers.org.uk or their Facebook page @BathAstronomers.

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About Us

Our aim is to spread knowledge of the life, work, and times of Herschel and his family, and to encourage greater understanding today of the subjects he studied.

We do this in several ways: